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Articles by Jacques Simpore
Total Records ( 9 ) for Jacques Simpore
  Alice TCR Kiba Koumare , Assana Bouda , Herve Tienon , Elie Kabre , Issaka Sonde , Talkmore Maruta , Jacques Simpore and Jean Sakande
  Background: According to literature, the High Density Lipoprotein 2 (HDL2) cholesterol is a better predictor of cardiovascular disease than total HDL. Thus, this study was undertaken to evaluate the interest of HDL2 in the management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) patients recruited at University Hospital Yalgado Ouedraogo of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso, West Africa). Methodology: The distribution of type 2 diabetes group according to cardiovascular complications reported 37.9% with microvascular complications and 36.4% with macrovascular complications. Results: The total cholesterol, triglyceride, HDL cholesterol and HDL3 cholesterol were significantly higher in type 2 diabetes population compared to control group (p<0.001). On the contrary, a significant decrease of HDL2 cholesterol and LDL cholesterol were observed in T2DM group compared to control group (p<0.05). The decrease of HDL2 cholesterol according to the cardiovascular risk factors was significant in obesity, diabetes duration up to 10 years and hypercholesterolemia. The HDL2 cholesterol variations according to diabetes complications showed significant decrease in metabolic syndrome and hypertension (p<0.001). The HDL2 cholesterol measurement was useful for evaluating cardiovascular risk in diabetics, because in this study only its level was significantly decreased, while total cholesterol and HDL3 cholesterol levels increased and LDL cholesterol level was within normal limits. Conclusion: Therefore, the HDL2 might be including in T2DM management. Indeed, the reagents are available from local providers and the quality control has validated this affordable method for resource limited laboratories.
  Boukare Zeba , Jacques Simpore and Odile Germaine Nacoulma
  β-lactamase production ways and inhibition patterns were investigated in cell suspensions of clinical isolates. The purpose of this research was prior to investigate the different β-lactamase molecular classes occurring in Burkina Faso owing to the local practice of β-lactam antibiotics. The use of specific inhibitors enabled to draw up an inhibition profile and consequently to assign an enzyme to accurate molecular class of β-lactamase. At the same time, β-lactamase expression ways were explored and correlated to the inhibition profiles. The current results pointed out two main groups of organisms. The first group of isolates secretes β-lactamases mainly by inducible way. Interestingly this bacterial group carries molecular class C of β-lactamase. The second group of isolates uses partial inducible and partial constitutive way for enzyme expression. These bacteria mostly carry molecular class A of β-lactamases. The sole exception encountered during these investigations is an organism, expressing exclusively by the constitutive way an enzyme that is found to belong to molecular class B of β-lactamases.
  Jacques Simpore , Denise Ilboudo , Karou Damintoti , Luc Sawadogo , Esposito Maria , Scott Binet , Henri Nitiema , Paul Ouedraogo , Salvatore Pignatelli and Jean-Baptiste Nikiema
  Where malaria is endemic, there is an unexpected association between haemoglobinopathies and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G-6-PD) deficiency. Their coexistence in a patient with sickle cell disease (SCD) can lead to hemolytic anemia, hemoglobinuria, sepsis, renal failure and vaso-occlusive attacks (VOA). The aim of this research was to determine the impact of G-6-PD deficiency in SCD patients. That is why, we screened haemoglobinopathies and G-6-PD deficiency in 7 villages and at 10 primary schools in Kadiogo Province, Burkina Faso. Hemoglobin electrophoresis was performed on blood from 18,383 people. From these results, we chose 342 subjects for a hemogram and the measure of the G-6-PD activity. The results were analyzed with EpiInfo-6 and Spss-10. Statistical significance was set at p<0.05. We found a prevalence of 28.9% of Sickle Cell Trait (SCT), 1.3% of Major Sickle Cell Syndromes (MSCS), 12.3% of G-6-PD deficiency among women and 20.5% among men. We did not detect a statistically significant difference for counts of erythrocytes (p = 0.773), leucocytes (p = 0.227) and reticulocytes (0.292); hemoglobin levels (p = 0.998); annual vaso-occlusive attacks (p = 0.869) between persons with SCD having a G-6-PD deficiency and those with normal G-6-PD activity. According to this study, G-6-PD deficiency does not seem to increase the severity of SCD. However, these patients should know their G-6-PD genotype in order to avoid consuming oxidative drugs that might provoke oxidative stress.
  Denise Ilboudo , Damintoti Karou , Wendyame M.C. Nadembega , Aly Savadogo , Ouermi Djeneba Salvatore Pignatelli , Virginio Pietra , Augustin Bere , Jacques Simpore and Alfred S. Traore
  The aims of this research are: i) to evaluate the prevalence of HHV-8, HBV and HIV among pregnant women, ii) to determine the percentage of these co-infections and iii) to estimate the frequency of the mother-to-child transmission of HIV among HBV and HHV-8 positive mothers. Thus, 379 pregnant women attending ante-natal consultation in Saint Camille Medical Centre were subject to HIV, HHV-8 antibodies and the viral marker Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg) detection. We observed 48/379 (12.66%) HIV seropositive subjects. Among them, HIV-1 type infection was predominant (95.83%), only 2/48 (4.17%) subjects had a dual HIV-1 type and HIV-2 type infection, no single HIV-2 type infection was detected. 38/379 (10.02%) subjects were infected by HHV-8 and 30/379 (7.91%) were HBsAg positive. HHV-8 and HIV Co-infections rates were high within HBV positive patients and we had respectively 20.00 and 16.67%. 10.42% HIV positive women were co-infected by HBV while 12.50% were infected by HHV-8. Then, 15.79% subjects HHV-8 positive were co-infected by HBV or HIV. In spite of the PMTCT protocol application, five (10.42%) HIV positive women transmitted the virus to their children. Two HIV positive mothers were co-infected by HHV-8 and one by HBV. Among the 5 HIV infected, one mother (20.0%) was HBV positive and two (40.0%) HHV-8 positive. Although we did not have a large sample which would show large prélalences of the infections, we could put forward that the Co-infection of the HIV with one of these viruses (HBV or HHV-8) could favorite the mother-to-child transmission.
  Simplice D. Karou , Denise P. Ilboudo , Wendyame M.C. Nadembega , Yaovi Ameyapoh , Djeneba Ouermi , Salvatore Pignatelli , Virginio Pietra , Alfred S. Traore , Comlan de Souza and Jacques Simpore
  The present study aimed to ascertain for the current situation of antimicrobial resistance of major urinary tract bacteria in Saint Camille Medical Centre. During two consecutive years, 794 urine specimens were analyzed for microorganism isolation and identification. The microorganisms were identified by conventional methods used in the centre and antimicrobial assays were performed by the NCCLS agar disk diffusion. Pathogenic microorganism’s isolation was attempted for 89.04% samples. Escherichia coli (32.76%) was the most frequently isolated microorganism followed by Staphylococcus aureus (22.74%) and Klebsiella pneumoniae (10.45%). The antimicrobial screenings revealed very high antimicrobial resistance, to β-lactams. The resistance rates recorded with E. coli were 76.64, 74.01, 25 and 74.34% for ampicillin, amoxicillin amoxicillin/clavulanic acid and trimethoprime-sulfamethoxazole, respectively. Microorganisms were still susceptible to quinolones however, attention should be paid, because, the resistance rate already reached 10% for nalidixic acid and ciprofloxacin. Periodic performance of prevalence studies is a useful tool to know the current situation of microorganisms and their resistance patterns in an institution and it helps to access the emergence and the spread of antibiotic resistance.
  Leonard C. Bere , Jacques Simpore , Simplice D. Karou , Boukare Zeba , Augustin P. Bere , Elizabeth Bannerman , Jacques Bille and Mireille Dosso
  In Burkina Faso, a Western African country, reports on pneumococci carriage, resistance patterns and serotypes are inconsistent. The present study was conducted in order to evaluate these parameters. Thus 860 nasopharyngeal swabs were collected from children attending vaccination centers for pneumococci isolation, identification and serotype determination. The susceptibility to 16 antibiotics was assayed as recommended by the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standard (NCCLS). The results revealed that the majority of children were of 2 to 24 months age and 73.4% of children were well vaccinated. A carriage rate of 50.6% was recoded among the children. The main serotypes were: 6 (22.22%); 23 (16.67%); 7 and 9 (3.70%); 4, 11, 14, 15, 20 and 24 (1.85%). Serotypes19, 23, 6, 7 and 18 were linked to penicillin resistance. Globally, high resistance rates to: amikacin, tetracyclin, pefloxacin, cotrimoxazol and penicillins (resistance rates greater than 25%) were recorded; however the following antibiotics remained active on the strains: rifampicin, ceftriaxone, erythromycin, spectinomycin, chloramphenicol, vancomycin, lincomycin and ciprofloxacin.
  Simplice D. Karou , Tchadjobo Tchacondo , Denise P. Ilboudo and Jacques Simpore
  Rubiaceae family is a large family of 630 genera and about 13000 species found worldwide, especially in tropical and warm regions. These plants are not only ornamental but they are also used in African folk medicine to treat several diseases. Based on online published data and library bibliographic research, we herein reported accumulated information related to their traditional usages in sub-Saharan traditional medicine, their chemical composition and the screened pharmacological activities. Indeed, more than 60 species are used for more than 70 medicinal indications including malaria, hepatitis, eczema, oedema, cough, hypertension, diabetes and sexual weakness. Through biological screening following leads supplied with traditional healers, many of these plants exhibited antimalarial, antimicrobial, antihypertension, antidiabetic, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. Bioactive compounds including indole alkaloids, terpenoids and anthraquinones have been isolated from these bioguided fractionation studies. It is evidence that great attention has been paid to species such as Nauclea latifolia, Morinda lucida, Mitragyna inermis and Crossopteryx febrifuga; however, several compounds should be waiting to be discovered since none of these plants has been systematically investigated for its biochemical composition. According the current global health context with the recrudescence of HIV, much effort should be oriented towards this virus when screening Rubiaceae.
  Boukare Zeba , Martin Kiendrebeogo , Aline Lamien , Jean-Denis Docquier , Jacques Simpore and Odile Germaine Nacoulma
  Many clinical species of bacteria were isolated from biological samples such as urines, blood and wound in Saint Camille medical centre of Ouagadougou. Among the concerned species, the most important members were Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae. These β-lactamases producing isolates were directly screened by PCR to identify the nature of the amplified genes responsible for penicillin destroying activity. Therefore specific TEM and SHV primers were used. The PCR products were sequenced. The sequencing results indicated that the parental forms blaTEM-1 and blaSHV-1 were the most common determinants of β-lactamase found, respectively in Escherichia species and Klebsiella pneumoniae. The bacterial susceptibility analysis by MICs measurement clearly correlated the presence of concerned β-lactamase determinants and their resistance patterns. This study is part of a set of investigations carried out by our laboratory to assess the β-lactamase incidence in the failure of β-lactam therapy. In particular, the purpose of this study was to determine the precise nature of β-lactamase supporting the low susceptibility of host bacteria towards penicillins.
  Bagora Bayala , Christelle Nadembega , Samson Guenné , Julio Buñay , Théodora Mahoukèdè Zohoncon, , Florencia Wendkuuni Djigma , Albert Yonli , Silvère Baron , Gilles Figueredo , Jean-Marc A. Lobaccaro and Jacques Simpore
  Background and Objective: Hyptis suaveolens is an aromatic plant used in traditional medicine in Burkina Faso for management of various diseases including wounds and inflammatory diseases. Thus, the objective of this work was to characterize the chemical composition, antioxidant and cytotoxic activity of Essential Oil (EO) of H. suaveolens from Burkina Faso on cultured cancer cells. Materials and Methods: The chemical composition of EO was determined by GC/FID and GC/MS analysis and the antioxidant activity was evaluated through inhibition of DPPH radicals and ABTS + radical cations. The cytotoxic activity in prostate cancer cells (LNCaP) and cervical cancer cells (HeLa) of EO was evaluated by MTT assay and effect on cells cycle by flow cytometry analysis. Results: A total of 58 compounds were identified in the EO of H. suaveolens of which the major compounds identified are Sabinene 14.03%, β-Pinene 5.92%, Limonene 4.40%, Eucalyptol 12.78%, Trans-Oxide of Linalol 5.43%, β-Caryophyllene 11.27%, Germacrene-D 3.04% and Bicyclogermacrene 8.08%. The EO of H. suaveolens showed antioxidant activity and concentration dependent antiproliferative activities with G0/G1 arrest on LNCaP and HeLa cells. Conclusions: This work help to justify some uses of H. suaveolens in traditional medicine in Burkina Faso and also, presents a promising new application for the essential oil of H. suaveolens in prostate and cervical cancer research.
 
 
 
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